Pension Rural Domus Itineris
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Rural Domus Itineris Samos
Great location, spotless, we had a room with ensuite. On the same floor there was also a loungeroom and laundry with washing machine and dryer, great fr pilgrims!
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... possible. The rain finally stops, and the wind subsides. Fingers crossed it let's us finish today. The sun finally breaks through the clouds as we descend into Triacastela, we immediately feel the warmth on our bodies. The day is improving. I speak to soon. Before I know it dad has had a fall. The stones are slippery and he has lost his footing. A sickening feeling overwhelms me as I run to his aide. Even ...
... be in Santiago to pick up our suitcase by 2. We worked out that we needed to be doing an average pace of 15mins every kilometre including stops, which is easy done, but the earlier we got there we would be able to get our certificate of completion and make it to get our suitcase. This was the plan, but as always, the Camino has different ideas for us. 2 Km's from our final check point the rain started and the further into Santiago we walked the heavier the rain became. By a the time ...
... and the owner put them up. He passed on some good hints for Santiago. We tried to watch the European Cup Final but lost interest pretty quickly.
Up early to another fine day. We dressed and packed and got away close to 7.30. Beautiful walking as while it was close to zero there was no wind or rain. The clouds in the valleys were actually lower than we were. We descended into cloud and after 1:45 hours met up with Warren and had breakfast of fresh orange ...
... and then found a gorgeous browny one.
Figured on getting to the top in 5 to 6 hours and did it in under four with coffee and drink stops. The horses passed us just near the top. Coming through one of the lower villages earlier this morning there was a sign to hire the horses for a ride to the top. If I could have done a half ride I would have done it for a different Camino experience but I wanted to walk the mountain and I didn't want ...
... to have Galician food - last night we had wonderful "caldo Galego" - a cabbage and potato soup. Yum. We have been looking at their cabbages and they don't curl up into hearts like we expect ours to, but get picked as leaves. Maybe like we call Tuscan cabbage. Anyway, it is delicious. And for lunch today when we arrived Amr and I shared a plate of octopus and had a glass of alberino - delicious Galician wine. We have 2 ...